It was finally our last early wake up call of the holiday. We hopped onto the bus and headed to the school. We were greeted by children jumping with excitement and prepared to make the most of our last day together. The team began the day drawing with the children in the pre-school and helping with some basic class work in the primary classroom. At 10 o’ clock the football game kicked off. Brockington vs Zama Montessori. It was a close match that had the rest of us on the edge of our seats (or tires). Brockington won, of course, although it was all in good spirit. After eating lunch together outside we spent our last hours finishing the stone path we have been working on and with the kids, playing games and handing out our Kash4Kenya t-shirts and hoodies. The kids were more than pleased. It was an emotional goodbye as we had all become such close friends. With promises to stay in touch and return we were waved off with kisses blown towards us. Back at the hotel we said a final farewell to our amazing coach driver Johnny, thank you Johnny for being a legend!

Sophie – Hey all not long now, missed you of course but do not want to finish this amazing experience. Can’t wait for a hot bath and to see Scruff after his hair cut. Love and miss you.

Lucy – Hi all. I cant believe how quickly this trip has gone by, hope your all not missing me too much ;). I’m having the best time here, I don’t want to leave but can’t wait for a warm shower and a roast dinner ;). Love you lots x

Frazer – Hello. I hope you are all having a good time at home. I`m back soon. I have had a good time. Love you x

molly- hello .. preparing myself for the journey home, can’t wait to see everyone, it still doesn’t feel real being hear but its been an amazing experience that’s gone way too fast (oh, and it was nice to hear rubys high pitch squeaky voice on the phone last night, miss you roo xx ).